Sunday, October 11, 2015

Free Photograph of a Farmer Who's Been Hard at Work

PPS™ Graphic: A Hardworking Farmer in 2 Ways

I don't know about you, but my blood runs deep within farming history here in the USA. We used to visit the old family farm when I was a child. I've shucked corn, helped care for various livestock animals, and even helped with haying at one point. This taught me to respect the farming and ranching community deeply.

So here is one more salute to the time of haying and harvesting. My visitors can expect at least one more new Harvest offering here for the year very soon, hopefully.

This one has had to be cleaned up a little bit. The scanned image may be in the Public Domain, yet it had lint and grit here and there which required removing. This proved to be a bit of a challenge, as anyone who's done the haying knows just how big and dusty and messy a job that is! Bits of flotsam and flakes of hay fly simply everywhere! Hay gets into everything, so sorting the real from the false was a bit of a problem for yours truly.

I am offering this old photograph in 2 color ways: sepia toned and regular black and white.

Happy Harvest Creativity!

PPS™ Graphic: A Hardworking Farmer (in Sepia)
Download HERE

Display Copy
(lower quality than the download)

PPS™ Graphic: A Hardworking Farmer (in black and white)
Download HERE

Display Copy
(lower quality than the download)

You are free to:
use the above images in art 
for either fun or for profit.
It is requested that it never be sold as is.
After all, it has had to be cleaned up by me, personally.
Let's keep free things truly free!


Sim said...

Beautiful pic and tribute!
Thank you for this gift.
(You know, I believe that agriculture is quite the same thing all around the world :)

Plush Possum Studio said...

Sim! hello, friend! i am sorry that I have not had enough time for certain friends lately. Thank you for that thought about agriculture. The reason for the old Alsace post (shown below) is for that very reason. Agriculture is agriculture, and I see it as marvelous. I see all farming people who've kept family farms as amazingly courageous.
I hope to see what you have been up to soon. for right now, though, I am busier than appearances might allow others to see!

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